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Morgan le Fay
"Morgan le Fay"
Frederick Sandys
Oil on canvas, 1864
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

From Goddess Knowledge Cards by Susan Boulet Trust, published by Pomegranate, Rohnert Park, CA.

Morgan le Fay is commonly remembered as the enchantress half-sister of King Arthur. She is, in fact, the great queen goddess, ruler of the mystical island of Avalon, the Fortunate Island of the Blessed Dead. Sometimes equated with the ancient Irish warrior goddess Morrigan, she is the Celtic death goddess. As Morgana Fata she is the controller of destinies and knows the fate of each person. She is noted for her healing powers, her knowledge of healing plants, and her prophetic vision. Like a shaman she is a shape shifter, able to take on many forms. Morgan le Fay represents that deep place of healing magic within each of us—the center where wisdom and healing flow even in the moment of death The ambivalence with which she is traditionally represented echoes our own fear of her deep and ancient wisdom.

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February 2002
Table of Contents
February Home
Where's Cheney?
Is the U.S. Entering the Age of Aquarius?
Year of the Horse
February Daily Success Guide--SUBSCRIBE!
Daily Success Guide
February 1-28
General Astrological Influences for February
General Sun Signs,
February 2001
Retrograde Watch—
Mercury and Saturn
Goddess of the Month: Morgan le Fay
Asteroid Dictionary
Moon Report
Crystal's 'Set the Limits' Full Moon Meditation
February Skywatch
Sissy Blue: To Fly or Not to Fly
Book Review: YES! A Journal of Positive Futures
Maya's Astrology Favorites
Sign of the Month: Aquarius. Learn about your sign in Maya's Sun Sign Archives

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